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Posted 02 March 2010 - 09:41 PM
Open source transcoder that supports all kinds of formats.
WinAvi is one of the fastest, but it tends to create shaky borders that are very distracting.
The nice thing about DivX and XviD (aka .avi) encoded video is that a full length movie can be compressed onto a 700MB CD-R disc. I paid $40 for a phillips DVD player that supports DivX and XviD so I can watch them on my big screen as well.
That $40 was a good investment because when you convert .avi to a DVD format, your PC is running at or just below 100% processor usage for the duration of the encoding process. I have a dual core rig, and it takes an average of 50 minutes to encode and burn .avi movie to disk. Single core processors that are not HyperThreaded may take twice that.
Nero costs around $30 but when I need to convert .avi to the formats you mentioned, it gives consistant quality results, and it is very user friendly.
Hope this Helps,
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